Capital Flows, Capital Controls and Currency Crisis: The Case of Brazil in the Nineties

Marcio G.P. Garcia, Marcus Vinicius F. Valpassos
1999 Social Science Research Network  
The resumption of capital flows to developing countries in the nineties is intertwined in the Brazilian case with the attempts to achieve inflation stabilization.
doi:10.2139/ssrn.147201 fatcat:lyqx6havojhhxif4ekbknf5m6e